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  • Sports On The Air: Sunday

    AUTO RACING 7:30 a.m.: Formula One Racing British Grand Prix. CNBC 7 p.m.: NASCAR Racing Sprint Cup Series: Coke Zero 400. NBC BASEBALL 1 p.m.: Regional Coverage. MLB 1 p.m.: Tampa Bay Rays at Yankees. YES; Radio: 660, 97.9 1:30 p.m.: Astros...
  • Reform Due For Big-Time College Athletes

    Reform Due For Big-Time College Athletes
    Documents in the Gilder Lehrman Center at Yale University reveal that every state in the Confederacy had laws to prevent slaves from being educated. In North Carolina, teaching slaves to read or write or distributing books or pamphlets to slaves "was...
  • UConn Players In MLB

    The UConn baseball program has developed an impressive crop of talent in recent years, with five former Huskies appearing in the major leagues in 2015, and others on the way. In the show 1.George Springer, Astros. At UConn: Hit a school record 46...
  • Football: Carmel TE Noah Turner picks North Carolina

    Football: Carmel TE Noah Turner picks North Carolina
    Carmel senior tight end Noah Turner attempted to hold out on making a commitment until his second unofficial visit to North Carolina on July 24. After visiting the Chapel Hill campus during spring break with his father, Turner realized he wanted to be a...
  • Local Roundup: Andrean baseball moving up to 4A

    Andrean's bid for a three-peat in baseball will come in Class 4A. The Indiana High School Athletic Association announced on Thursday that the 59ers are one of three baseball teams moving up a class because of the Tournament Success Factor. After...
  • Innovative former Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver passes away

    Innovative former Virginia Tech AD Jim Weaver passes away
    Jim Weaver, the visionary of all of Virginia Tech's major athletic upgrades over the past two decades, is gone, but he leaves a legacy that won't soon be forgotten. Weaver, who served as Tech's athletic director from 1997-2013, died Thursday morning...
  • UConn Men's Insider: Gibbs Makes Amends; Happy To Be A Husky

    UConn Men's Insider: Gibbs Makes Amends; Happy To Be A Husky
    STORRS — It had been a frustrating season at Seton Hall. What was once promising was now falling apart. As Sterling Gibbs hit the floor to chase a loose ball, the frustration boiled up and got the better of him. As he grappled with Villanova's Ryan...
  • Greg Solawa gears up to play for Ohio State soccer team after surgery

    Greg Solawa gears up to play for Ohio State soccer team after surgery
    The final match of Greg Solawa's club soccer career took place on Friday, June 26, but he couldn't contribute in his customary role at attacking midfielder. His Chicago Magic U18 team played at the Grand Park Sports Complex in Westfield, Indiana. Solawa...
  • Navy Football No Longer Independent; Now Officially In AAC

    Navy football now has a home. It only took 135 years. The program has played as an independent since 1879 but it officially became a member of the American Athletic Conference on Wednesday as the league's 12th football-playing member, allowing the...
  • Parkland High's Connor Higgins tabbed as Morning Call baseball pitcher of the year

    Parkland High's Connor Higgins tabbed as Morning Call baseball pitcher of the year
    Connor Higgins watched several Parkland players before him excel when given the chance to serve as staff ace. He continued the Trojans' pitching tradition this spring. Higgins started nine times for Parkland. He won eight of those games and received...
  • Peninsula Sports Club showcases the best in area youth

    Robert Banks hasn't resided in Hampton Roads for more than 30 years, but on each flight home he secures a window seat, the better to see the region's unique vistas, the better to reflect on all he learned here. An all-state football player for Hampton...